Trace Exeter’s history at the heart of Devon through the city’s fantastic architecture and museums. Today, sparks of modernity come through the contemporary shopping centre, university scene and dynamic nightlife. Exeter is also a brilliant gateway to the quaint villages and seaside towns scattered along the channel coast.
Dartmoor National Park Situated in the heart of Devon, visitors are treated to phenomenal landscapes, countless cycling and walking trails, great climbing spots and canoeing.
South West Coast Path Stretching 630 miles from Poole all the way around the South Devon and Cornish coast to Minehead in Somerset, the South West Coast Path is one of the longest and most beautiful footpaths in the world. The stretch close to Exeter offers a variety of quaint seaside resorts, isolated coves and steep valleys with incredible views at every turn.
Beautiful Beaches With over 120 miles of coastline, south Devon is home to some of the most stunning beaches in England. Bantham and Teignmouth offer plenty for families, whilst Bigbury-on-Sea offers a haven for surfers. Or for some peace and solitude check out East Portlemouth and Blackpool Sands.
Devonshire teas You cannot visit this neck of the woods without trying their famous teas consisting of a warm scone, strawberry jam and a generous dollop of clotted cream.